Iroquois County Jail, Illinois Inmate Roster

Updated on: November 30, 2020
Iroquois County Jail

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The Iroquois County Jail is nestled in Illinois. This facility can hold a maximum of 30 inmates. Iroquois County Jail gets monitored all hours of the day. Each inmate has the opportunity to work for the community. Working for the city consists of picking up litter on the highway, killing weeds, and Iroquois County Landfill. Inmates can also get help with mental health, medical, and dental health. Inmates can also receive their GED through classes and tests.

Iroquois County Jail - General Information

  • Facility Name

    Iroquois County Jail

  • Facility Type

    County Jail

  • Address

    550 South Tenth Street, Watseka, IL, 60970

  • Phone

    815-432-6992

  • Capacity

    30

  • City

    Watseka

  • Postal Code

    60970

  • State

    Illinois

  • Country

    Iroquois County

  • Official Website

    Website

  • Facility Name

    Iroquois County Jail

  • Facility Type

    County Jail

  • Address

    550 South Tenth Street, Watseka, IL, 60970

  • Phone

    815-432-6992

  • Capacity

    30

  • Country

    Iroquois County

Iroquois County Sheriff Department / Iroquois County Jail

  • Address

    550 South 10th Street, Watseka, Illinois, 60970

  • Phone

    815-432-6992

  • Email

    [email protected]

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Searching for an inmate is one click away. There are quite a few different ways to search for an inmate, and one can be the inmate’s charges. You can also find an inmate based on the time and date he/she gets taken in. If you know the inmate’s name and ID number, this will help locate the inmate if you have plenty of information about an inmate that will be important.

Send a Mail/Package

Sending mail is a privilege for an inmate. If you are trying to send mail, you will need to address the inmate’s name along with your name and address on the left side of the envelope. The sender cannot use paint or any toxic substance. If any mail is sent and has any gang paraphrenia or illegal contraband, it will get destroyed. You can ship mail to the Iroquois County Jail, but all correspondence will get observed.

Sending Money

If you need to transfer money to an inmate at the Iroquois County Jail, you will need to submit the full inmate’s name and ID digit through a money order. You will have to call the facility to authorize the address. If you aren't successful on the first attempt, you might have to make a second money order account for the inmate.

Phone Calls

The Iroquois County Jail inmates are allowed only to make collect phone calls. Cell phones cannot receive these collect calls; you will need to have a landline phone. The individual receiving the collect call is responsible for and all fees associated with the collect markets. The Iroquois County Jail is not accountable for any charges related to the collection needs.

Visitation Rules

Each inmate at the Iroquois County Jail is allowed to have visitors—the visiting hours will get released through the inmates. Before you enter and see an inmate, you will need possession of an ID to give to an officer. Visitation has rules visitors must follow the rules, and proper clothing is mandatory. You cannot wear offensive or revealing clothing such as a short skirt or a tank top. If you're intoxicated, you will get removed during visitation.

VISITATION HOURS

  • Monday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Tuesday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Wednesday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Thursday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Friday
    7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
  • Saturday
    7:30 Am to 2:30 PM
  • Sunday
    7:30 Am to 2:30 PM

Directions

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